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4 March 2010
  • Property loss making, all other sectors profitable
  • Losses for Property in 2009: €266 million including impairment and goodwill write-downs
  • Revenue for 2009: €8.4 billion (2008: €8.8 billion)
  • Order book €11.2 billion at year-end 2009 (€13.1 billion at year end 2008)
  • Proposed cash dividend of €0.10 per ordinary share (2008: €0.50)
  • Rights issue of approximately €250 million to reinforce equity position

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23 February 2010

23 February 2010 - A BAM PPP led consortium, including BAM Construction and BAM Facilities Management, has been selected by Somerset County Council to undertake its £600 million Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme.

22 February 2010

19 February 2010 - Joint venture partners BAM Nuttall and Morgan Est have been appointed as one of the Delivery Partners for the Highways Agency's up to £2 billion National Framework Contract to deliver Managed Motorways over the next four years.

18 February 2010

Bunnik, The Netherlands, 18 February 2010 – The Executive Board of Royal BAM Group nv is pleased to announce the following internal senior appointments.

16 February 2010

Bunnik, 16 February 2010 - The net profit of Royal BAM Group nv for 2009 is expected to be €30 million. This is €70 million less than the previous forecast of at least €100 million. BAM will be publishing its figures for 2009 in full on Thursday 4 March 2010.

16 February 2010

Kill, Kildare, 9 February 2010 - HSE and BAM have signed contracts worth €6.3 million for the construction of a new generation Mental Health Residential Unit for Clonmel. The new unit will incorporate HIQA Guidelines based on the principle that people with disabilities in residential services should be enabled to lead full lives, comparable to those of their fellow citizens.

10 February 2010

Buckinghamshire New University's new flagship building, the Gateway, has been completed by BAM Construction. It is the first phase of Buckinghamshire New University's campus. The new state-of-the-art complex at the High Wycombe Campus offers a range of new facilities, including an events hall, gym, dance and drama studios, music and video production suites, a high-tech learning resources centre and meeting rooms. Members of the wider community will be able to make use of facilities including a Sports & Fitness Centre and the library. The architect was RMJM and the cost consultant was Gardiner & Theobald.

10 February 2010

Bunnik, The Netherlands, 10 February 2010 - The European Construction Technology Platform (ECTP) has elected Prof. G.J. Maas, director of Strategy at Royal BAM Group nv, as its chairman. Ger Maas succeeds Michel Cote, Deputy CEO of Bouygues Construction.

15 January 2010

Bunnik, The Netherlands, 15 January 2010 - Chiltern Railways has awarded BAM Nuttall Ltd a contract valued at £190 million which will create a new main line from London Marylebone station to Oxfordshire and the Midlands.

14 January 2010

Bunnik, Netherlands, 14 January 2010 - BAM Nuttall Ltd - the British civil engineering specialist of Royal BAM Group nv - has been awarded a contract valued at approximately € 50 million (£ 49 million) by Transport for London (TfL) for the refurbishment of the northbound carriageway of the Blackwall Tunnel in east London.

4 January 2010

BAM is among 25 parties from government, the business community and knowledge institutions, which signed a covenant for a TU Delft Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEG) renewal campaign year-end 2009. The objective is to reinforce the links between research and education, on the one hand, and societal problems concerning Delta technology, Construction & Infrastructure and Transport, on the other. Together they have made €13 million available to the renewal campaign for a period of five years. According to the parties it is very necessary to continue working on solutions to urgent problems concerning the liveability and safety of our low-lying deltas, sustainable infrastructure and mobility. During the first few months of 2010, the covenant will be converted into a university agenda per research theme: Delta technology, Transport and Civil Infrastructure.

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